After delivering a plethora of online MLB betting action this weekend, players who bet on MLB games cannot afford to be as selective with their wagers. The reason being, the league has dialed down their action for Monday’s contests, only putting together a total of 8 games. It’s a bit of a drop from the 17 games the MLB had on the schedule for Sunday, but it will still nonetheless give MLB fans to get in on some wild action on America’s favorite pastime.
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Monday’s action will be kicked off by Tampa Bay Rays when they face off against the Cleveland Indians in Ohio at 6:10 pm ET, and will be finished with the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants contest at 10:15 pm ET. Oddly enough, there are more than a handful of late-night contests on deck this Monday night, with 5 games beginning after 9 pm ET. Needless to say, West Coast fans will be loving the abundance of MLB to kick off this week.
Milwaukee Brewers vs. San Diego Padres – Game 1 – Monday, May 15th
When: 10:10 pm ET
Where: Petco Park, San Diego
TV: Local Broadcasts, MLB TV
Series: First of 4-game Series
Online MLB Betting Odds
Milwaukee Brewers +1 ½ (-210) 7 ½ (EV) +107
San Diego Padres -1 ½ (+175) 7 ½ (-120) -117
The Brewers have gone three straight without making a postseason appearance, but a strong start to the 2017 season has the club hopeful that they can turn that around this year. Milwaukee has posted a 21-17 record thus far into the season, which ranks them second in the NL Central and ties them for 5th in the National League.
This series will mark the first time these two clubs have faced each other this season. However, it won’t be the last. Later on in June, the Brewers and Padres are scheduled to face each other in a best of 3 series.
Milwaukee will be sending Chase Anderson to the mound Monday night. Anderson is 2-0 on the season and wields an impressive 2.97 ERA. Nevertheless, Anderson’s ERA is not sufficient enough for baseball betting sites to rule in favor of the Brewers.
San Diego Padres
The San Diego Padres have missed out on the MLB playoffs for 11 years straight now. Nevertheless, the franchise comes into this season with high hopes, planning on putting an end to that nasty drought. Unfortunately, 39 games into the season, the Padres have not made any sort of headway into that goal. San Diego is currently sitting on a pitiful 14-25 record that ranks them dead last in the National League West, and second to last in the National League.
San Diego will send Luis Perdomo to the mound this evening. Perdomo has a 4.13 ERA on the season.